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Inverter / Charger Outback VFXR 3024E

3000W continuous, 3300W 30min., 24VDC, 230VAC, 50Hz, charge current 80A, IP20, sinewave, LED, vented

Item Code 321340
Manufacturer Outback
Product Weight 28.00 kg
Packed Weight 30.00 kg
Dimensions 300 x 210 x 410 mm (LxWxH)
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OutBack VFX 230 VAC Sinewave Inverter/ Charger

The OutBack VFX series is a ventilated version of the original sealed FX series modular "building block" sine wave inverter/charger that can be used for both small and large power systems. By allowing cooler outside airflow through the internal electronics, more AC power is available.
Additional FX inverter/chargers can be connected at any time in either parallel (120 VAC), series (120/240 VAC), or three-phase (120Y208 VAC) configurations. The VFX series is also available in a version with 230 VAC, 50 hz output that can be connected in parallel (230 VAC) or in three phase (230Y400 VAC) configurations.
The VFX is designed to survive harsh environments around the world. The VFX can be used up to 60°C (reduced output ratings). It is designed to operate as a coordinated system with the other OutBack products.


  • Sinewave output
  • “Smart” battery charging
  • Modular system design
  • Non-volatile memory
  • High surge power
  • Network communications
  • Light weight
  • Standard 5-years-warranty

Item Code 321340


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